Homing In On Genetic Signature Of Esophageal Cancer

Saturday, Jan. 7th 2012 6:40 AM

University of Rochester Medical Center researchers have pinpointed two genes that are amplified in the worst cases of esophageal cancer, providing data to support a new investigational treatment that targets those same genes. The study, led by Tony Godfrey, Ph.D., a research associate professor of Surgery at the James P.

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